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Published December 2nd 2012
Put your hands to good use

If you're into scrapbooking, small woodcraft, or paper craft you will like Kaiser Craft. They have everything you may have been looking for and probably new stuff you never knew existed. This is also something you might want to look at if you have a crazy kid at home who could do with a creative hobby activity.


Kaisercraft stocks all that you would need to start scrapbooking such as an album, page protectors, craft knife, scissors, and so on. All paper, glue, and stickers are acid free so your hard work and creativity won't get discoloured and go to waste. The Kaisercraft website is filled with useful information on how to get started and keep up with this interesting craft activity.



The first thought that strikes you on entering Kaiser Craft store is just how neat and pretty it looks. It's full of beautiful paper, cut outs, colourful sheets of paper with intricate designs on them or just plain, art work, all neatly arranged or stacked on shelves. Lots of boxes with stuff on sale catch your eye as they advertise prices as low as 50 cents.


Kaiser Craft has a variety of craft work embellishments, flourishes, flowers, stickers, wooden letters, trim, paint, and rub-ons. If you've been wondering how to go about digital scrapbooking you'll find answers here. If you want to upload your artwork on to the Kaiser Craft User Gallery, you can do that as well.


If you really want to get involved in a busload of craft related activities, you should check out their blog. You'll find competitions and other activities where you may win prizes and have your work showcased in the gallery.


What maybe of most use to aficionados may be their project page where you get hundreds of designs and information about the exact kind of products you need to start creating them. You can also get more designs and information from their free workshop magazine pages.


Kaisercraft University Hill is the newest addition to their range of showrooms. It was just by chance that I happened in on this store. On seeing the range of products they have and the generous sales prices on offer, I just might go ahead and take up a new hobby where I actually get to use my hands. Wish me luck.
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Why? If you want a hobby that doesn't ask for a mouse or keypad
When: Mon-Sun 10am - 6pm
Phone: (03) 9467 9851
Where: Shop 33, University Hill Factory Outlet 2 Janefield Drive, Bundoora 3083
Cost: Starts from 50 cents
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